‘Nobel Conference’ Category

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : A Father and Husband

I will never be able to understand how it feels to not be able to have a child. I will never be able to understand how it feels to be told, ” You cannot bear children”. As a husband, I love my wife and love all who encompasses her happiness. I wish to support her […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : A Mother

I am not able to carry children. I have tried countless times. I have seen all the doctors needed in the State of California, city of Fresno. But still, I come short every time. I ask myself at night, is it me? What have I done to deserve a life with no children? In my […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : A Clinical Psychologist

Reproductive technology implies choice – choice to manage infertility, to engage with science, and to experience parenthood in ways that may otherwise not be possible. It means controversy, disagreement, and challenging of personal beliefs and morals. It means choice not to utilize reproductive technologies if one doesn’t agree with it. Impact can be both positive […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Emily Barnard

I have made it my life’s work to train as a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility physician. There is no greater joy than helping individuals and couples fulfill dreams to become parents. Conversely, there is no greater sorrow with each subsequent negative pregnancy test, miscarriage, or diagnosis when you must tell a person they may not […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Angelique Dwyer

Birthing has been one of the most empowering experiences of my life. Both of my children’s births were water births. The first water birth happened by accident, the second was well planned and executed to perfection. For my first pregnancy, being a new mother I wasn’t confident enough to pursue a midwife or a water birth, […]